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Code of Virginia
Title 54.1. Professions and Occupations
Chapter 23.4. Natural Gas Automobile Mechanics and Technicians

§ 54.1-2358. Issuance of certification; waiver of examination.

The Director shall issue a certification to practice as an NG automobile mechanic or technician in the Commonwealth to every applicant who shall have complied with the requirements of this chapter and the regulations of the Director.

The Director shall certify any person who is a graduate of a program accredited by an accrediting organization or a professional program approved by the Director and who has one year of monitored experience in the performance of services relating to the repair or maintenance of motor vehicles and who has taken and passed the examination for certification.

The Director, in his discretion, shall determine whether an applicant's professional education and professional experience in the field of natural gas automobile mechanics are sufficient to establish eligibility for the examination.

The Director, in lieu of all examinations, may accept satisfactory evidence of licensing or certification in another state or country or the District of Columbia where (i) the qualifications for such licensure or certification are equal, in the opinion of the Director, to the qualifications required by the provisions of this chapter as of the date of application and (ii) the applicant is the holder of a license or certificate in good standing. Upon receipt of such satisfactory evidence and provided all other such requirements of this chapter are complied with, a certificate shall be issued to such applicant.

2014, c. 763.

The chapters of the acts of assembly referenced in the historical citation at the end of this section may not constitute a comprehensive list of such chapters and may exclude chapters whose provisions have expired.